Saturday, May 29, 2010

This is getting crazy

Day 9: Brands

Q1 : Is branded products important to you? What does brand represent to you?

In a way yes, it's not so important that I need to have it. If I could,
I would just rather have it, you know that kind of thing. Brand represents someone's
status, how successful they are. You have good brands, you have good income.
You won't see a beggar wearing LV jeans, you won't see Donald Trump wearing
a 5$ 100% cotton shirt.

Q2 : Are there any brands that you think stand up for something (an attitude/cause or point of view) that you agree with? Tell us more. What brands do who think are the best at communicating with youth?

Stands out the most? None actually, although I admire Apple for their
awesome gadgets. I think Apple products can be a medium for youths to
communicate. Most of the youths these days have iPods. Maybe when they see each
other with an iPod they'd think that they have something in common and would
start talking to each other? Maybe? The online apps in the iPod touch and iPhones
like online games can connect people too. Not just locally, but internationally.

Q3 : List down your favourite brands and tell us why do you like them

Apple; awesome gadgets
Epiphone; good guitars
Nike; comfortable sportswear
Ruffles; best original chips
Longman; exercise books? Haha

Q4 : Can you upload two advertisements (picture or video) that you like and tell is why you like it.

Apple's Mac vs PC ads are awesome. They always show how much a PC
sucks in a nice way :P Sorry but I can only think of one!

Q5 : Are there any brands or products that you would be embarrassed of using or being associated with?

Yusof Taiyoob (saying in repeatedly in that creepy girls voice)

Q6 : Does religion influence your choice of brands? If ‘yes’ explain your answer.

Yeah it does for just one reason, since I'm a muslim, I can't buy/touch
any pig skin products. Yeah, that's it.

Q7 : What/where do you find new information about products that you like?

Mostly online, I'd compare and check out the price and stuff like that.
Then going to the shops to see the real deal. The internet is a great place to scout
info for something. You can read reviews of others who have used the product
before too see if it suits you and stuff.

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